• In this electronic age, Information Design has remained unchanged in certain ways and yet changed in many ways.

    Take this course to learn how to look at familiar concepts with new eyes.

  • On completion of this course, you shall be able to identify your audience and present the information they need in a form appropriate to them. In particular, you will learn to:

    • Identify the need for and the purpose of a wide range of business and technical documentation.
    • Write smoothly and correctly within the framework of the activity for which you are writing.
    • Produce effective and appropriate documentation.
    • Competently plan and present an oral presentation.
    • Communicate effectively with those around you at work and in meetings.
    Duration: 24 hours

  • Upon completion of this subject, you should be able to identify your audience and present the information they need and in a form appropriate to them. In particular, you shall be able to:

    • identify the need for and the purpose of a wide range of business and technical documentation.
    • write smoothly and correctly within the framework of the activity for which you are writing.
    • produce effective and appropriate documentation.
    • competently plan and present an oral presentation.
    • communicate effectively with those around you at work and in meetings.
  • Engineering Communication, subject number 48121, is a subject in the Bachelor of Engineering Science in Aerospace Operations. On completion of the subject, you should be able to communicate effectively with people at work, presenting the information they need in a form appropriate for them, via meetings, presentations, letters, email or documentation.

  • Upon completion of this subject, you should be able to identify your audience and present the information they need and in a form appropriate to them. In particular, you shall be able to:

    • identify the need for and the purpose of a wide range of business and technical documentation.
    • write smoothly and correctly within the framework of the activity for which you are writing.
    • produce effective and appropriate documentation.
    • competently plan and present an oral presentation.
    • communicate effectively with those around you at work and in meetings.